You can’t guarantee everything’s going to be televised.
The Purdue education was fine, but I wasn’t ready to learn when I was at Purdue.
If you get too excited about any one interview, you’re making a mistake, because people do cancel.
We have more voices from more points of view on the C-SPAN call-in show than I’ve heard anywhere else. You can literally tune us in every day and hear it all. You can’t control it, and you shouldn’t control it.
I’ve been invited to appear on Letterman, but they wanted me to talk about a funny videotape of Congress. ‘Bring us your outtakes!’ That’s not our job.
Who cares if a movie star has an opinion unless the person is very well informed?
Some people when they get older are so firm in their beliefs that you’ll never move them.
It’s very nice to be able to write something you don’t have to get four other people to agree with before it can become authoritative.
I don’t, for the record, have a Tweety Bird fetish.
My number one goal was not getting ‘A’s’ – and I proved it. I was a ‘C’ student. You have to be ready to learn. If you’re not interesting in learning, it doesn’t work. As I grew older and wanted to learn and desperately wanted inside information, learning was a lot easier.
The greatest thing about the call-in show is that you always felt like you were on a high wire without a net.
I’ve never been a member of a political party, but people will superimpose on you what they want.
I vote in every general election, but I’m not a party member or an ideologue. I’ve never told anyone who I’ve voted for.
It’s easier to fix damage than it is to create it.
From the beginning, we promised folks that they’ll see whatever event we cover in its entirety, from gavel to gavel – whether it’s the House of Representatives or the Senate. That’s the whole reason for being.